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O pening
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
October 3d, 4th and 5th
Your Presence Will Be Appreciated.
605-607-609 Harket Street
Receiver's Closing-Out Sale
Valuable Building Lots
Thursday Afternoon, October 3d, 1907
2.30 P. M.
on Premises, 35th and Market Sts.
EDMUND P. MOODY, Receiver Wawaset Land Co.
Installation of United Workman.
Elaborate preparations have been
made for the installation of officers
of Wilmington Lodge No. 1, Ancient
Order of United Workmen, In the
Workmen Hall, Nlnfh and Market
streets tomorrow evening. The pro
gram Is an Interesting one and ntany
members are expected to participate
In the affair.
Mrs. Thomas Killen of Dover, Del.,
has returned homo after spending a
week with her sister, Mrs. James Fer
Benjamin F. Bartram.
John T. Ford.
William L. Morrow.
Gsorgo Hubert Gray.
Minerva Holmes Drury.
Mamie R. Sutton.
DRURY —In this city, on October 1,
1907, Mrs, Minerva Holmes Drury,
aged 88 years.
Relatives and friends are Invited to
attend the funeral service at the resi
dence of her son-ln-law, E. B. Riley,
No 800 Franklin street, on Friday
afternoon, October 4, 1907, at 2 o'clock.
Interment private.
SUTTON—Suddenly In this city on
October 1, 1907, Mamie R,. wife of
William H. Sutton, In her 27th year.
Relatives and friends of the family
are Invited to attend the funeral ser
vices at her late residence. No. 1218
Ciayraont street on Saturday after
roon, October 5th, at 2.30 o'clock. In
terment Lombardy cemetery.
BARTRAM—In this c\ty, on Oct. 2d.
1907, Benjamin F. Bartram, aged 60
Relatives, friends, St. John's Com
mandery. No. 1, K. T.. and Delaware
Lodge, Np. 6, A. O. U. W., «re re
spectfully Invited to attend the fun
eral services at the residence of hts
nephew. Frank Q. Bartram. No. 506
West Tenth street, on Friday after
noon, October 4th, 1907, at 2 o'clock,
without further notice. Interment at
Lower Brandywine cemetery.
GRAY—At Newark, Del., George
Hubert Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs.
8. N. Gray, aged 21 years, died
at home of parents Tuesday morn
ing. October X, at 6 a. m.
Sendees will be held In M. E. Church.
Newark, Del., Friday October 4. at
2 p. m. Relatives and friends are re
spectfully Invited to attend, and also
employes of Jacob Thomas's wall paper
FORD.—In this city, on the 30th Inst.
John T., son of John and Ann Ford.
Relatives and friends are respect
fully invited to attend the funeral
from the residence of his parents, No.
633 East Eleventh street, on Thurs
day morning at 9 o'clock. Requiem
mass at*€t Patrick's Church. Inter
ment at Cathedral cemetery.
MORROW.—In this city, on Sept. 30lh.
1907, William L. Morrow, husband
of Reba M. Morrow, aged 45 years.
Relatives, friends, St. John's Com
tnandery. No. 1, K. T-, and the em
ployee of Hllles A Jones Company are
respectfully Invited to attend the fun
eral services at his late residence, No.
2007 Jefferson street, on Thursday
afternoon. October 3rd. M07, at 2.30
o'clock. Interment at Wilmington and
Brandywine cemetery.
Ù Embalmer
No. 214 W. Ninth Street,
Carefi-'- attention day or night.
Bodies In Boarding House*, Hotel*
•ad Hospitals removed and cared for
_claimed. Carriages furnished.
IA*rt>o4ntm*"*\ flrxt-ctasa Both Phonask
Undertaker and Embalmer
Office and Residence
No. 228 Madison Street
Both Phones
(Continued From Page 1.)
the outbreak of (ho Civil War. when
Mr. Taylor enlisted In Know's Mary
land Battery, and served three 'years
and two months. Mr. Taylor attained
the rank of sergeant, and received in
Ugly bullet wound in the
vern Hall In m2.
nock nt Mai
...... . A " a souvenir ol
the Incident, Mr. Taylor still cherishes
he bullet that struck him.
„..a . ** r Mr ' un<1 Mrs ' Ta Y ,or
lived at Liberty Grove, near Port De
posit, for ten years. In 1876 they
came to Wilmington and a few years
later settled In West Grove, where they
lived for eleven years, finally going to
Penny Hill to live with their daugh
ter. Mrs. Myra Maser.
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor have had five
children, three of whom died. Those
living arc Mrs. Rebecca Massey, oi
Philadelphia, and Mrs. Myra Maser.
u ith whom they live.
Mrs. Taylors Poam
Mrs. Taylor's poem commemorative
wedding anniversary.
of her golden
was as follows:
We've plodded along for fifty years;
Sometimes out path
Sometimes 'twas
times rough.
And off our feet grew weary.
Wo were happy when the baby
It filled our hearts with joy;
Our hopes were as high as the
day sun
As we looked upon our boy.
But the dark days of Slxty-one
Came with a crushing blow;
From North to South. East to West,
The land was filled with
was weary,
smooth and some
For the War King ca tm with life and
And men were called
And Henry went, as others did,
Threö long years to stay.
He served hts time
With knapsack and canteen:
He had enough of fighting.
And was glad to get home, I
Time passed on: five children came
To bless our little home:
But we had to bow beneath the rod
And say, Thy will be done.
and then came
Our three boys have
girls are here.
And we hope they'll with us stay,
Until we cross the river.
For 'tls not far away. *
gone, but the
Headaches and Neuralgia from Colds '
world wide Cold and Grip remedy re
moves cause. Call for full name. Look
for signature E. W. Grove, 25c.*
Resolutions of Respect.
Resolved, That death has taken from
our midst our late, honorary member.
David Potter Bush, on the 26th day of
Therefore, In view of the h *« wo hs ve
sustained, and the still heavier occasioned
to hi* respected relations with us. be It
Resolved. That wo do most sipcerely ox
press our most heartfelt sorrow for bis
untimely decease, and we tender our deep-:
est sympathy to hit family tn their sad
bereavement, be It
Resolved, That a copy of these
Wilmington Turngcmeinde.
George Weth, Free dent.
Oscar Herbert. Secret«*^
DOVER, Del., Oct. 2—The. contro
verse y over the New Castle trolley re
ceivership closed yesterday by Atorney
H. H. Ward, representing D. Clarence
Jones, tha complainant, asking for
more time In which to present affi
davits of negation, arguing that even
If adjudged by the chancellor as ma
terial, the affidavit and allegation of
fraud were untrue.
Chancellor Nicholson granted the re
nnest of Mr. Ward and the hearing
was adjourned to November 5.
J. E. Wallace, a civil engineer who
was In attendance, readv to be called
at the hearing, said at the close of the
case to-dav.
"The Real Estate Trust Company
of Philadelphia is the trustee of a
mortgage of »150.000, given py the first
railway built by this company, the
New Castie and Wilmington Railway
The promoters of this
company, or rather the company Itself,
built a nine-mile extension of the rail
way to Delaware City, and, conse
quetly, because these towns are small,
there is nothing to draw from and the
receipts are not sufficiently overbm
anclng the demanda,
has placed the whole system In a re
ceiver's hands and now the first mort
gage. through their trustee, the Real
Estate Trust Company, desire to fore
The chancellor
"To-day an absurd story of fraud
was charged, by Mr. Saulebury, who
has been an owner of the road and
acquainted with all Its transactions all
ahmg. and against one of the mist
careful and conscientious financiers I
have ever known, D. Clarenca Jones,
The whole contention will amount to
nothing except t
pany'aTmoney anil time.
"Mr. Kaulshury ItPrldlcnlousIy low In
his estimate of 890,00 as the cost of
building the Wilmington-New Castle
line, which carries the power house
and equipment.
870.000 for the eDlawnre City exten
*lon, which required merely the laying
n f a straight track." /
use up the com
He may be right on
Two of the largest firms In Phil
adelphia have Just asked us for young
women who are thoroughly competent
in shorthand and typewriting
firms have 11 national reputation and
offer good opportunities for advance
Any young woman graduate of
the College who desires employment
should call at the College offices
Evening Social.
Mr, and Mra. Samuel J. MeCall. Jr ,
entertained a number of friends nt
their home last evening,
was spent In games, elocution and
singing. Later on refreshments
The time
Among those present were;
Miss Mabel Jarrel. Miss Sue Evans.
Miss Anna Boys, Miss Mabel Dun
ning. Mrs. Martha Clair, Miss Emily
Toulson, Messrs. Max Rutherford,
Sole. Cushmann. Rurley, George Vail,
Eugene Hyde, George Vere. William
Hardford, Frank Martin, Franco Cul
ver. Arthur McCall, Vaughan. McCall.
Elsie McCall, Berdle McCall.
Best Results— Least Cost
Cubborly's, Eye Work. 824 Market St.*
Completing List of Speakers,
F. B. Tlbbltts, secretary of the Y. M.
C. A.. Is preparing a list of the speak
ers who will address thtf meetings of
the association. Which will be held
lurln * ,hf faI1 ""d «'Inter months (n
the Gttrri, '* t Theatre Tho list, with
hut ona or *« -<> exceptions, has been
completed and Includes some of the
most prominent speakers In the coun
try. The meetings last were largely at
tended each Sunday afternoon. They
will open this year early next month.
Recovers From Blood Poisoning.
Af'.er having undergone a thro*
« eeks' treatment for blood poisoning ut
■ he Homeopathic Hospital. Patrick
MeAuley, former catcher for the Wll
mlngton baseball team, has recover'd
an< l iB about again,
seriously 111 for some weeks.
Mr. MeAuley was
Jesse K. Jons* Gats Divorce.
•fet.sn. ssa s.
cases of Jesse K. Jones ve. Lola May
Jones the court on lost Friday grant
ed the divorce
Jed by John Lynn
Jones was reuresent
Arrived St. Louis 9.20 a. m.
Rode In open carriage through
streets In drenching rain, head un
covered and seemed to enjoy It.
Said: "By George, this Is great,'
when he saw the decorations."
Spoke to 15,000 people In Jai Alai
building for 20 minutes.
Almost hugged Governor Folk,
who introduced him and made the
governor wince at his handshake,
remarking: "I'm a great admirer ol
yours, governor."
Ate an elaboate luncheon with
great avidity and did not refuse the
champagne or brandy.
Seemed delighted at third ovation
between hotel and wharf.
Left Cairo and Memphis at 3 p.
Eleventh Ward League ha*
Formal Exercises in New
League formally opened Us new hall at
No. 10 Lower Oak street last night
with pleasing ceremonies. Many Re
publicans from all parts of the city
were present and were dilghtfully en
tertained In the new home of pro
gressive eRpublicanlsm In the Demo
cratic Eleventh.
Charte« Tschan Is president of the
league and presided over the exercises
last night. John F. Russell Is secre
tary of the organization. There was
a smoker during the evening, and
some formal exercises. Mayor Horace
Wilson, President of Council William
G. Taylor and Levy Courtman Harry
A. Brown were among the guests.
Mayor Wllsln made an address In
which he congratulated the League
upon its organization and upon the
completion of the new club house,
which Is one of the finest political
clubs In the city in furnishings and
appointments. Altogether a pleasant
social time was had during the even
ing. and luncheon was served. All the
games were at the disposal of the
members and guests, and an orchestra
gave a concert.
The club has a two.story brick home,
which has Just been erected by Wil
liam N. Connelly, tontractor who lives
In the ward, a Democrat who has many
friends In the Republican League. In
the basement Is the shufflehoard room,
and bowling alleys may be installed
later. On the first floor is the finely
furnished parlor, and back of It the
pool and billiard room. The second
floor contains a meeting and commit
tee rooms.
The Eleventh Ward
Members of the Masonic fraternity
from all parts of Delaware Hocked 10
Wilmington this morning to attend the
one hundred and second annual com
munication of the Grand Lodge
Ancient Free and Accepted Masons,
which convened ln tho Masonic Temple
at noon. Grand Master R. K. Steph
enson is to preside. Officiais from the
Grand Lodge of Pennsylvania and
New Jersey are expected to visit tha
Harvey B. Wlgglesworth has pre
sented his resignation as a guard at
the New Castle county workhouse. It
will go Into effect on Friday of next
Mr. Wlgglesworth lives at No. 305
French street and has been a guard
at the prison practically since It was
opene-1 and has made an able official.
No reason is given for his retirement
other than that he desired to give up
the position. His successor has nut
been named.
Collector of Port David 8, Clark, cele
brated his «9th birthday ; nnlve sa.y to
day and he thought he was ,th« only cat
who knew about it, at le ist In th s cl:y,
he living at Kenton. Conrcqucntly he
a much surprised man when the deputy
collectors and the janitor force of the
Federal B11 Ming trooped into his office
to-day and made him a present < f a fine
gold mounted fountain pen. The
tatlon was made by Special Deputy John
Titus und Mr. Clark re«ponderl feelingly.
A fter the speech-making. Ice cream and
cake were served, and the members of 11 e
„„ _.. „ _,
Iltt.e party had an enjoyable time for a
half hour and then went back to their
various duties.
Died Suddenly of Apoplexy.
Mrs. Mamlo R. Sutton, aged 27 years,
died suddenly of apoplexy at her home.
No. 121S Claymont street, last night.
She had been ill and was attended by
Dr. Henry R. Spruance. Ho pronounced
her death due to apoplexy.
One Building Permit Issued.
Harry Sparks was granted a permit
by Building Inspector Johnson today
to build a small stable at 3107 Mon
roe street at a cost of 8200.
Death of Mrs E G Reese
Mrs. E. A. Reese died at the home
of her daughter, Mrs. H. A. Lindsay,
at Chesapeake City, Md., yesterday. In.
terment will be made at Bethel Ceme
tery on Friday at 2 o'clock.
A Picture.
Bellg—He fell in love with her photo
graph and asked for the original.
Stella—What developed?
* Bella—She gave him the negalive.J
Town Topic»
ConUnuation of Our First Annual
Fall Opening
Thursday Friday Saturday
Oct 5
Oct. 4
Oct. 3
Handsome Electrical and Floral Displays and Music
-^UR first day's exhibition of the latest and handsomest models in Fall Apparel
for Women has been by far a greater success than we had expected.
Our Suit and Skirt Parlor is the talk of the town. Not only are onr
clothes for women made of the finest materials in the latest designs, per
fectly suitable for the most tastily dressed woman, but they are sold here owing to
our tremendous purchasing power, at a lower margin than in any other place—be it
a Philadelphia or a New York Department Store.
Our Motto:—Very best and latest designs at reasonable prices.
It will be to your advantage, if you have not visited our store to day, to do so,
while Opening lasts.
Tailor-made Suits, Skirts, Coats, Furs, Waists, Silk and Cotton
Petticoats, Muslin Underwear, Leather Bags and Belts.
On Exhibition:
pus»»»— CORAiCR 00
writ of Levari Fac.au tu ma dlrec.e i,
will be exposed to Public Sale, at the
Court House, on Mancet street, between
Tenth and Kleventn .streets. In tha city
of Wilmington, New Castle county, Del
At 10 o'clock a. m..
the following descr.be'l red estate, viz:
All that certain lot of land v Ith he two
story brick dwell.ng the eon er ote I, s l
itaic in the city of Wilmington, New
Castle county and State of Delaware,
bounded and described as follows, to wit:
Be Inning it a ,olit on t e t orthweste -
ly aide of Twenty-second streit at the dis
tance of ninety-four feet s.x inch s wes.
erly from the westerly side of Spruce
street; thence northerly pata el to fcpncs
street ninety-seven feet to the soulhe ly
side of a three 1 et wide al'ev le d g Into
Spruce «met; thence westerly ptial.el t>
Twenty-second street fifteen feet n no In
c-neV; thence southerly ptrallel to Spruce
street ninety-seven feet to the northerly
sale of Twenty-second street, and thence
thereby easterly fifteen feet nine Inches
to the place of beginning Be the cont.-n's
thereof what they may. with ltr> f e • us -
and privilege of sa d alley In content n
with others entitled thereto foray r,
Seized and taken In exeeut on
s the
property of James 3. Caliwjll. mertgag r,
and to be sold by
Sheriffs Office, Wtlmlngtrn, Delawae.
October 2, 1307. •
writ cf Levari F'C'as to me dl.ected,
will bo exposed to I'ubl c Sale, at the
Court House, on Market street, between
Tenth and Eleventh streets. In ihe c'ly
of Wilmington. New Castle coun'.y. Del
At 10 o'clock 0. ni..
the fo'lowhig describ'd reM estate, v z;
All that certain lot or plro' r f ta d w ft
a two «tor. tr tk dwel ln« ihereon e oct d
known no No. 504 Fas' Ninth st oct s tu
nte ln th« el'y of Wilmington, c'unty cf
New Castle and State of D'laware bound
ed and described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the southerly
s de of Ninth street at the distance of
fifty-two feet easterly from th- «aeterly
side of Lombard street: thence southerly
parallel with Lombard street and passing
through the dlv sion wall between thlt
hou-e and the house adjoining in the
east one hundred and thirteen fe t «cd
three Inches to a corner: thence westerly
parallel with Ninth street eighteen feet 10
a corner; thence northerly 1 a«»Uel w tn
Lombard street and passing Ihroiuh f e
middle of an alley two feet and six
dies wide between tills house ard the
house adjoining on Ihe west one hundred
and thirteen feet and three lnche< to the
aforesaid sld- of Ninth street and thence
(he eh- e-»trr y e*ehte»- fe»t to the pi- ce
of beginning, he the content« the-cof what
th y may. With the use and pr vl "ge of
the above mentioned alley
with others erf
Seized and taken in ex cation as tie
proner'y of Edwin E Kershaw and Lida
A. Kershaw, h's wife, mortgager.-, and t>
be cold by
comme n
thor^to fnn*ve r .
Sheriff'« Office, Wlimlngton, Deltwate,
October t. ll»>7.
'"uale In tbe cliy of Wllmlng Ol, New
Castle county and State of De'aware,
known ns No fs;i Pine street, bound«!
and described as follows to w t;
Beginning at a point on the westerly
side of pine »'reef at the dlstarce of
sixteen feet southerly from the southerly
Side <>f Twenty-second s reel, and at the
middle of th' br ok dlvl I >n wall betwon
the house on this lot and the ore adjoin
ing on the north; thence wester y parallel
to Twenty-second street and pavvrg
through the pddd'e of said wall
writ of Levari Facias »0 me dlree'ed,
w 11 be exposed to Public Sale at th •
t'oi#t Heure. 011 Maiket street b twein
Tenth and Eleventh «tietts. In the cl y
of Wilmington. New Castle county, Del
THE 17TH DAY 07' OCTOBER. 1907.
At 10 o'clock a. m..
the following described real ee'ate. viz;
All thit r«rt«'n lot of land w'th tr*
three-story br ck house the eon e e tel.
ne y
on feel to the easterly side of u tatet. -
feet wide «Ley communicating with a
Ide alley leading Into P|ne
streit: thence siutherly 1 ara'.iel to P re
•treet. sixteen fret; tl ence rasterlj- para'
lel to Tweiity-«ecr>nd s'reet end ras ing
through the middle of tbe brick d v'elon
wall between the house on this lot and
tbe one adjolnl-ig on the eou'h ninety
seven feel to the westerly s tic of P ot
street and thence thereby no-tlierly six
teen feet to Ihe place nf beginning b" tbe
contents thereof what they mav. With
th- free us« and pr vl'ege nf *«id nl'ey« 'n
common w'th others entitled Ih-uetn for
Seized and taken 'n execution as the
property of James S. Caldwell, mor gaxor,
and to be sold by
four feet
Sheriff ? Office, Wilmington, Delaware,
October 2. 1907,
write of Levari Faelts. to me dlrerfd.
will be exposed to Pub! c Fa!e.'at the
Court H me on Mirk-t ?tre?t bet wem
Tenth and Eleventh streets n the eity
of Wilmington, New Castle county. Del
At 10 o'clock a. m.,
the following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lot of land with the
three-story brick house thereon erected
known as No. 1501 Pine street, situate In
the city of Wilmington. New Cast.e coun
ty and State of Delaware bounded and
described as fellows, to wit:
Beg nnlng at » po nt on the westerly
side of Pine street, at the dls-.ancc of one
hundred and seventy-six feet southerly
from the southerly side of Twenty-second
street and at the middle of the brick di
vision wall belween'the house on Ihn lot
and the otic adjoining on tl e north, thence
westerly parallel to Twenty-second sir e*
and passing through the middle of sad
wall ninety-seven feet to the < asterly s de
of a three feet wide alley communicating
with a Mur feet wide «lier leading Into
P ne street: thence southerly parallel to
Pine street twenty feet; thence easterly
parallel to Twcnij-secui d sir el timely
seven feet to the caster. y »de of Pm
thereby northerly twen
ty feet to the place cf beginning, be the
citterns in ro< i ». h t ihev mav. With the
free tire and privilege «of said aileys In
common with others entitled thereto for
Seized and taken In extcuflon as the
property of James S. Caldwe'l, mongagor,
and to be sold by
:»r«I Iboi
Sheriff'» Office. Wllm ngton, De. aware.
October 2, 1907.
the tenant and occupant of the buu*' s iu
aled ut Nos. 40« and 4'8 P no street, In the
Fourth ward. In the city of Wilmington,
county of New Castle, and Stale of Dela
ware. 11 comp lane 1 v. Ith th > tequl emems
of the act* of the General Assembly In
such case made and prov dtd, do hereby
give notice that I sha 1 apply n writ ng
to the Court of General Sessions of the
State of Delaware, in and for New Cas
tle county, m Monday, the 4th day tf
November, 1907. being the next term o'
sa'd court, for a license for said house,
as at Inn nr tavern, for the «ale therein
of Intoxlcit ng 1 quors In less quantities
• hen one quart, to hi drunk on Hie prem
ises. and the following ic leviable do
zens of sa'd ward, at Foal twe've of
whom are substantial freeholders of said
ward, recommend the said application,
.t-mes 7ftchen, Mu~h .VZTaylor,
H. Buckmaster. T. J. Hanagan, Jr..
\V. H. Hartl. ne, M. F. Kelley,
Clarence R. Ho'.t. James Donlon,
Frrd nard Katies James F. Hoopes,
Thos. H. Hanagan. » -«-ranee Dlneen,
J, H. Pinkerton, Charles Snvder,
Ceo. E. Kelley. Herman E "Hanf,
Thomaa Farmar, George D, Webb,
P. F. Murphy. Michael Coan.
Ale* Blcdrzyckl, John T. Jones.
John M Webb, John C. Murphy,
James Kane. Patrick A. Burke.
F.A.Buckmaster D P g.
. 1 K. Ode wares .md met eluted.te: the
aggrfcsurecosf value of hit stork ronsrantly
kept en hand for sale Is n >t less than five
hundred (hjllars; he Is a man of ful! age.
sobriety and good moral chaiacter: that
such s%Ie of Inlox catlng Tquor« at sa'd
place Is necessary to aecommodite the
nubile; that he I» the occupant of wild
house, and the foil iwng respectably citi
zens Of said ward at least twelve of wh m
aro substantial freeholders of sa d ward
recommend the said an ! Vuflon,'vlz:
Oeo. Carson Boyd. I,ou!s Koerner.
John A. McGowan, Jos. S. Scherer.
Reuben Mll'er.
OMel Pcdoisky.
Israc M' ler,
Ignatz Roth.
Wm, Schoenhaar,
Henry F Peb-cpf,
'Mch-ei Bn (forty.
SahiT Harr's.
B'egmund Werner.
Albert F. Barr.
oî-Jt '
Judges of Ihe Court of General Ser slons
of the Stale of Delaware, In and for New
castle county:—We. the undersigned free
holders and respectable citizens of the
Second ward, of the city of Wilmington,
do hereby cert fy that N. B. Danlorth. the
owrer and occupant of the store situ
ated at 124 Market street. In the S co- d
ward, city, county and State alore-a d
and described in his apllc ton and who
Is an applicant for a I cerse on Monday,
the 4lh day of November. A. D., 1907. be
ing the next term of said court, for the
sale of Intoxicating liquors for medlc nal
purposes. In quant ties nrt les* than one
half gallon therein, not to be drunk on
the prem ses; he b»ing a licereed retailer
John D. Parker,
Max Podolsky,
•'tBu Keollng,
Morris B oder.
9& ealtzman.,
L. C. Moody. - 12
C Tr f> i*Men.
Adolph Frank,
A. Shanlro,
Harry Fisher.
». .
owner of the house s'tiisted at 121 Mar
kel street. In tho Second ward of th - cltv
of Wilmington, ounty of New Castle a«d
Slate ol Delaware. In compliance with
the requirement* of the acts of tho Gen
oral Assembly In such case made and pro
vid d. do hereby give notice that I shall
apply In writing to the Court of General
Bess ons of the State of De'aware. in and
fflr New castle county on Monday, the
41b day of November. A D . 1907, b-Mng
the rest term of said court, for a Keens«
for said house, ns a drug sto-e. for the
sale therein of Intoxloat ng liquors for
medicinal purports : n 'ets quanllllo* than
one quart, pot to be drunk on the orem
Ises and tbe following respectable citi
zens of said ward, at least twelve cf
whom are sub'tsnt e) fre«hold»r* o' «aid
ward, recommend tbe said application,
vl»: ,
Geo. Carson Boyd.
John A, McGowan,
peuben Miller
Oldel Podolsky,
Albert F. Barr,
Jo*. 8. Scherer.
John D. Parker,
Max Podolsky,
Isaac Milter,
ignatz Roth,
Wm, Schoenhaar,
Henry F. Sehne pt,
Michael Rafferty,
Samuel Harris,
Henry Blouth,
Louis Koeruer,
Martin Keating,
Morris Binder,
L. C. Moody.
C. L. Sheldon
Adolph Frank
A. Shapl
H. Saltzrnan,
Slegmund Werner.M.D
WANTED—Neat young colored man aa
waiter In restaurant. 31« King St. o2-tf
FOR SALE—A good sound work horce.
Homer S. Carr. Rose Hill. Del.
FOR RENT—Two furnished rooms for
gentlemen, on second floor. 1209 West St.
FOR SALE—To be sold at Stidham's
Auction, Minnie Serrlll, record. 2.2R4-a
true born trotter. Will road you 12 miles
an hour, or bruah you a So clip. Fearless
of all road objects. Also a new rubber tire
buggy and I arnets tj ta told io.- th- want
of use Saturday, Oct. 5 at 10.3« o'clock. A
good brood marc. Property of W. A. Holt
Donation Day at Hospital.
To-morrow will be donation day
the Delaware Hospital, and everything
necessary In the conduct of the hos
pital will be gladly received by the
all, but provisions, clothing, etc., also
are wanted! The hospital has been
doing a big work, and at the present
time there are fifty-two patients there.
September has been one of the greatest
months In Its history.
Money Is desired first of
Trust Company Guardian.
By Judge Spruance, sitting In Or
phans' Court this morning, the Secur
ity Trust and Safe Deposit Company
was appointed guardian of Edward.
James and Francis Golden, minor chil
dren of Thomas Golden. A return was
made of the sale of the Matilda Coush
estate by 8. S. Adams, attorney. Tha
sale was approved
Will Raisa Chiefs Tonight.
The raising of the chiefs of Osage
Tribe, Improved Order of Red Men,
will be held tonight.
Sagamore William Ferguson assisted
by other great chiefs will officiate at
the raising.
Great Senior
Commercial Markets
slowly, with ample offerings at former
rates. We quote;
On spot winter bran, in bulk, at 82S.50a
27.00; and spring, In sacks. 827.00a27.50
grades of hay met with fair sale and
ruled firm. Straw was quiet and unchang
ed. We quote:
New Timothy Hay—No. 1, large baba,
820a20.50; No. 1, small bales, 819 50a20; No.
2. 81Hal8.60; No. 3. 815.50al6.50; no grade,
$12alB. Clover mixed Hay—No. 1, 81«als.5a;
No. 2. SI45ftal5.50. Straw—No. 1. straight
rye. 812.50al3: No. 2 straight rye. 811.50al2.
EGGS—Strictly choice fronh stork met
with a good outlet at top prices We quote:
Nearby, first, in free case, 25c; nearby
current receipts, in returnable rases, 24c;
Wes'ern fl-sfs 26o; Southern. 2 a22r.
LIVE POULTRY—Fowls, strictly choir«
!.-ir«v. ]RgM|c: fowls, common. IS)H4o; old
roosters. Walle; spring chickens, as to
quality. lîalBc; ducks. 18a14c
fowls, fancy, 14V4o; fowls, average receipt«
14c; old rooster«, dry picked, 9o; roasting
cliTkenk,' nearby, eno'cp. 17e; roast ng
chlcke-s. Western, fancy, weighing 8a9
pounds per pair, 16c.
Local Quotations
* Wholesale quotations in the produce end
poultry market reported by Thomas N.
stnyton at 1 o'clock this afternoon;
Tomatoqs, basket
Cucumbers, basket ..
Apple*, basket....
Apples, barrel .
Grapes, carrier ..
Grapes, Vi bu. basket
.... 16 c— 26 o
• -500—81.00
... 13c—15o
■» 1 - 50 - 82.5
• jOc— 11.00
. »1.76
Grapes. 5-lb basket
Peaches basket
p.,, rg i, HS ket
Lo-ujons box .......
potatoes barrel. .
potatoes' basket ..
potatoes', bushel .
Irnbbng'e basket
(-«bbago barrel
I onions basket
1 N"," r n "' down
1 V t( 4ns' groen basket""
i<eana wax basket " **
JnL|' i,nd Md i"dn.'
Ipmokens ive ' d
tiv« .
' ..
«' ! o —660
30c—5 >g
■ -75c—86
4- -c
Studio: 827 Adams street. Both
Teaching 8 pedal ties: Piano, Voice,
Organ, Theory.

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